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    Although systematic and bureaucratic prejudices made life more difficult for them as immigrants, the children had a fully American childhood. The town of Auburn, Wash.

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    For Harry, though, home would always be in America. He and Mary moved back to the United States after just a few years in Japan, parting with their mother and other siblings.


    Forced to fend for themselves, Harry and Mary made ends meet. That is, until the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the anti-Japanese sentiment that inflamed the country and the establishment of the internment camps. When the call went out among the camps for interpreters fluent in both Japanese and English, Harry knew that he was perfectly suited, and he enlisted with honor. During this time, in alternating chapters, we see the story of the family members who remained in Japan, as conscription looms and the situation on the home front quickly deteriorates.